Thanks to two of my correspondents, the mystery surrounding Hugh Lipscomb and Percy Morris, two High Wych men who perished in the Great War, has now been solved. That leaves Henry Camp and , Walter Richard Webb. Of the first one I know nothing apart from the mention on the plaque in St. James’s. Walter Richard Webb meanwhile most probably lived with his parents in Redricks Lane at the time of the 1911 census.
I also still wonder about Joseph Cakebread. I am told he lived with his grandparents in who manned the Sawbridgeworth post office early in the 20th century, but I have been unable to verify that story.